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ATL – Moisturizing Cream – 100g

8.80€

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  • Brand: Edol
  • Product Code: MM-ATLPH100
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GENERAL FEATURES Main ingredients: Glycerin, Vaseline, Lanolin and Panthenol (Pro-Vitamin B5) Face & Body Moisturizing Cream: Increase.. See More

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GENERAL FEATURES

Main ingredients: Glycerin, Vaseline, Lanolin and Panthenol (Pro-Vitamin B5)



Face & Body Moisturizing Cream:

  • Increases hydration levels
  • Suitable for very sensitive and reactive skins
  • Dermatologically tested
  • Hypoallergenic

ATL® Moisturizing Cream was specially developed for the daily care of all skin types. It is a non-greasy cream with a unique texture that softens and strengthens the protective layer of the skin.

ATL® Moisturizing Cream is indicated for the protection of dry skin, namely caused by external agents. Promotes skin balance after sun exposure, baths (daily, pool and sea), cold and wind.

How to use: ATL® Moisturizing Cream is a cream for daily application on the face and body. Apply, when necessary, with a light massage.

Quantity: 100g



Method of application:

Apply a thin layer and massage until absorbed.


Mode of action: 

      • Moisturizing cream with natural substances selected for their softening and restructuring properties.

      • Rich in panthenol, it hydrates and softens the skin, favoring the reconstitution of the hydrolipidic film of the skin.

      • It has a eutrophic and moisturizing action, easy application, allowing to take care of the whole body.



Curiosities about the skin:


1 - The skin is the largest organ of the human body.

2 - In an adult the skin covers an area of ​​about 1.7 square meters.

3 - Human skin has at least five different types of receptors: to feel thermal variations, pain, pleasure, touch and other variations of touch.

4- Shifted skin? The cells are renewed every 20 or 30 days. That is, throughout our lives we "change" our skin, a thousand times!

5- The skin loses 50 thousand cells per minute.

6- The surface of the skin is covered by dead keratin-hardened cells. These cells end up curling up, undoing themselves, and eventually falling down.

7- Fingerprints identify each person as unique in the world and increase the friction needed to hold objects. Some monkeys have similar markings on the lower tail, which also helps them jump from branch to branch.

8 - Fingerprints only develop in the fetuses around the third month of gestation.

9 - It is possible to be born without fingerprints. Two genetic conditions may be responsible for this characteristic: Naegeli syndrome and Dermatopathia reticulated pigmentosa.

10 - Recent research has found that receptors present on the fingertips, the palms of the hands, lips, tongue, nipples, penis and clitoris respond to the minimum pressure of 20 milligrams - the weight of a mosquito.

11 - Vicarious function or substitution of the brain is the ability to recover all or part of the lost capacities due to a brain injury. Although the nervous tissue of the cerebral cortex does not regenerate, it is possible to recover the abilities lost by the adjacent areas of the injured area through the spontaneous reorganization of the nervous tissue and with the development of new connections that are based on the functional substitution. In blind (blind) people, the brain area responsible for vision undergoes functional transformation and is readapted to recognize tactile and auditory stimuli.

12 - The skin is capable of producing 11 liters of sweat on a very hot day. The only parts of the body that do not sweat are the nail bed (under the nails), the lips, the tip of the penis, and the eardrums.

13 - Did you know that white skin has existed for a maximum of 50,000 years? The lighter hue resulted from a mutation and became common as the colder regions, which Africa, became inhabited.

14 - The odor of the body comes from the sweat produced by the apocrine glands, which are located mainly in the armpits and in the genital region.


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